Intel Demos Rezence Wireless Charging Technology At Computex (Video)

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At Comutex, Intel demonstrated that a PC could go truly wireless by 2016. They showed off upcoming wireless display, docking and charging features. For example, WiGig will deliver speeds of up to 7Gbps. The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) backed Rezence was also demoed. Rezence is a wireless power transfer technology and specification based on the principles of magnetic resonance. This technology offers superior features and capabilities, and is endorsed by the world’s leading mobile chipmakers, mobile phone manufacturers, and other key industry partners.

Unlike the current wireless charging solutions,

  • A superior charging range allowing for a true drop and go charging experience, through almost any surface and through objects such as books and clothing.
  • Ability to charge multiple devices with different power requirements at the same time, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and Bluetooth headsets.
  • Charging surfaces powered by Rezence will operate in the presence of metallic objects such as keys, coins, and utensils, making it an ideal choice for automotive, retail, and kitchen applications.
  • Uses existing Bluetooth Smart technology, minimizing the manufacturer’s hardware requirements, as well as opening the door for future, Smart Charging Zones.

Watch the video above.



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  • JohnCz

    I know what I’d like to see added in Surface Pro 4.

  • Bugbog

    This is the very definition of Intel Vapourware; what they demoed was barely even a working prototype!

    We’re looking at at least two years before it becomes a likely polished product available for purchase.

  • Sunovavic

    any risk of cancer?

    • PoohGQ

      Wow! You read my mind exactly! With all this powerful wireless charging talking, no has so far addressed any health risks that might be inherent with it..!!